• Victoria Park Function Centre (map)
  • 309 Herston Road
  • Herston, QLD, 4006
  • Australia

Thursday, November 3, 2016 - 7.45am - 9.30am

Consumer Directed Care - are you ready?

Join Tquila ANZ and Salesforce for an informative breakfast.

With the growth in our ageing population, the Australian Government estimates that total aged care funding will increase from $15,633M in 2015-16 to $17,654M in 2017-18*.

And, as the Government’s Consumer Directed Care changes come into effect in February 2017, Aged Care Service Providers are faced with the challenges of a rapidly growing consumer-led, market-driven sector.

At the breakfast you will learn more about how you can address these challenges and the key role that information technology will play as an enabler of an operational and economically sustainable, high-quality, consumer-centric Aged Care sector. 

Guest Speaker

Craig Flett, National Marketing  Manager, Freedom Aged Care

Craig is a key member of the team behind the journey of transformation Freedom Aged Care embarked on 18 months ago. In this session,

Craig will share top tips on how to get started on transforming your organisation. You will hear how technology is empowering Freedom Aged Care with the business intelligence that has allowed them to improve sales; improve marketing ROI; improve operations and deliver high-quality personalised customer experiences.

Freedom Aged Care is today enjoying unprecedented growth.

Panel Session

Our guest speaker and expert panellists are leading innovators who have been pioneering the adoption of technology to achieve their organisation’s goals.

Craig Flett, National Marketing Manager, Freedom Aged Care

Cameron Hockaday, General Manager, Operations and Support Services, WorkPac

Scott Lawton, CEO, IT Integrity

Andrew Hill, Head of NonProfit APAC, Salesforce

Ian Carpenter, Co-Founder & Director, Tquila ANZ

This is a must-attend briefing for executives responsible for the delivery of sustainable, quality- focused aged care services as the sector transitions to a customer-led, market-driven system.

*Australian Government Department of Social Services 2013-14 Concise Facts & Figures in Aged Care [Aged Care Policy and Reform Group – Updated 21-10-2014)